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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Don's Party
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Don's Party

“A uniquely Australian suburban comedy drama about the longing desire for change, both political and personal. The mix of diverse characters engage in frivolous and intelligent conversation, gradually revealing their true nature as the night progresses....”

Kevin Bechaz
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The Final Countdown

“For a high concept film it raises very interesting and intelligent questions regarding the many possible out-comes of altering history. It's very well made for its modest budget and the cooperation from the U.S. Navy add authenticity.”

Kevin Bechaz
12 daysReply
Good Bye, Lenin!

“A unique and funny political comedy set against a moment of great social change which utilizes certain motifs to emphasize the isolation between East and West Germany. It's well shot with interesting imagery that captures the attitude of city life.”

Kevin Bechaz
16 daysReply
The Outlaw Josey Wales

“While it contains many elements of classic westerns it also delivers a very strong and valid anti-war message. Clint Eastwood has made a western with substance, not just gun play. The characters are diverse and entertaining. ”

Kevin Bechaz
16 daysReply
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

“An improvement over the previous instalment, filled with impressive but moderate CGI effects. The premise aside its about the primal and mutual survival of two separate but civilised groups. Fans new and old will enjoy this immensely. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Jaws 2
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Jaws 2

“While it caters to a younger audience it's a solid sequel to the classic original. This time upping the body count with a far more menacing a monstrous shark, however the lower budget is noticeable at times and there is a lack of suspense. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Rush
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Rush

“The dynamic dramatisation of the captivating rivalry between Formula One drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda during the 1976 F1 season. It's just as good the second time and translates well to home cinema. Make sure you pump the volume! ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Parenthood
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Parenthood

“A sweet and heart-warming story about the pressures of family life that offers a well-crafted balance of comedy and drama. Although silly at times, its depiction of the struggles that come with being a parent are realistic.”

Kevin Bechaz
29 daysReply
Night Of The Demons

“A traditional demonic/creepy old house spook-fest with a modern (80s) flare. Although rather silly it manages to entertain with cheesy dialogue, great atmosphere, impressive make-up effects and cliché characters. ”

Kevin Bechaz
about 1 monthReply
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

“An amazing ground breaking achievements in film-making that beautifully combines live cinema with animation in the style of a classic Hollywood film noir from the 40s. Catering to a large audience offering humour, mystery and impressive visuals. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to End of Watch
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End of Watch

“An emotionally intense and realistic depiction of the daily grind for two young LA patrol officers. The documentary style greatly enhances the experience, allowing the viewer to feel the sensations felt by the characters while on duty. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Bernie
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Bernie

“Quirky and darkly comedic in its portrayal of the bizarre real-life events that continues to divide opinion. The documentary style shows us the many different attitudes within a small community as well as celebrating the way of life. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Shame
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Shame

“A thought provoking and provocative portrait of uncontrollable desire and indulgence that combines sexuality with self-destruction. Artistic in style and direction using raw emotion over spoken dialogue to convey feeling and true expression. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Cyborg
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Cyborg

“An underwhelming post-apocalyptic action sci-fi that suffers greatly from a very noticeable low budget, a bland story and poor performances. The exception being the main antagonist who is intimidating and frightening. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Another Earth
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Another Earth

“A simple story of love and forgiveness set against the most extraordinary of events that provokes thought about the direction and decisions made in one's life. Unique in it's concept and visual style; equally sad and beautiful. ”

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